The Firewalkers: Magic by the Flame
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No population of individuals is immune to its share of secret societies. This includes also the Native Americans. Despite the picture that was painted by the white Europeans who committed the genocide of the natives, as brutes and savages, their societies were actually pretty complex and sophisticated. They were complete with secret societies of their own. One of these secret societies that existed was a society known as the firewalkers. The existence of this society was definitely recorded by the Omaha and the Pawnee Indians, but the presence of these firewalkers extended from sea to shining sea. Of this I can assure you.
The firewalkers were a group of incredible men and women who seemed to be be immune to the devastation that fire brought to others. For instance, they could trample on lit fire and coals with their bare feet until the fire was put out. They could perform divination with fire and see the future in the flames. They could create magic with fire, all the while never seeming to break a sweat, much less suffer any type of burn.
We have sifted through countless records of these so-called firewalker. Recently, we have met up member of the the modern Omaha tribe, who spoke to us on condition of anonymity. He told us many legends of the firewalkers and gave us instructions on how we could even summon our own firewalker, which is pretty cool, because we want in on the action too!! Upon summoning our very first firewalker, we came to the conclusion that the firewalkers are a form of djinn.
They are not blue like an ifrit, but rather they are red and they are super powerful. These kind were also born of a smokeless flame, but they stay attached to their flame. They can use fire and manipulate fire in any way they see. They can create magic from fire. It's a pretty incredible task. Their eyes flicker like a dancing flame and their skin has a reddish brown tint to it, which is why they fit in with the natives so very well. They know who they are, and they attempted to infiltrate the Native society. Their intentions weren't malicious, as they are a peaceful kind of djinn, they just wanted a remote place to practice their magic without being exploited kind of like the Europeans exploited the Other Races.
Either way, we created several of these pieces. What does this mean for you? Well, each piece is connected to the presence of its own fire djinn. Each has a name that the djinn will give to you when you summon it, when the djinn thinks you are ready. Once you earn the djinn's name, you can summon the djinn any time day or night. This is because once the djinn gives you their name they are giving you their blessing and their powers are fully at your disposal. This means the djinn, with their magic of the flame, will grant you any wish that you ask of it.
That sounds very simple, but simple is as simple does. Ask a wish and it will be granted. It doesn't matter what the wish is, because these special kind of djinn are like wish-granting machines. There is nothing, and I mean nothing, they won't find a way grant for you. Bar no holds. You don't want to be without one of these items if you are djinn collector like myself. We did not want to feel like we were exploited the djinn, so after we made a few of these pieces, we burned the instructions to pay homage to flame from which the magic has come.
This necklace has all real gemstones.